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Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton said the expansion of the financial sector 'will help to enhance Ireland's reputation as a smart economy'

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton said the expansion of the financial sector 'will help to enhance Ireland's reputation as a smart economy'

Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton said the expansion of the financial sector 'will help to enhance Ireland's reputation as a smart economy'

Fifty jobs are to be created at an international finance firm.

Asset Control, which supplies investment data and information to companies, is to expand its operations in the Dublin docklands.

Richard Bruton, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, said the expansion is a welcome addition to the Irish-based finance technology sector.

"Ireland's financial services sector continues to attract cutting-edge companies that will help to further enhance Ireland's reputation as a smart economy," the minister said.

Asset Control provides financial services firms with the ability to process and manage market data for their business including research, trading, operations, risk management and compliance.

Clients include Scotiabank, Credit Suisse, and BNP Paribas Securities Services.

Phil Lynch, president and chief executive of Asset Control, said Dublin was chosen because of the quality of software and specialist technological skills.

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The investment is supported by IDA Ireland.


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